What is PRP?
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a popular and natural injectable treatment at our Sydney clinic which uses your body’s own cells from your blood for rejuvenation, healthy skin maintenance, and to delay ageing.
PRP treatment promotes rapid tissue regeneration and it has been used in dermal aesthetics, sports medicines, and dentistry in wound healing.
Describe the Process of PRP
A sample of venous blood is taken from the patient’s forearm. The sample is then placed in a centrifuge. The centrifugation process is used to remove the red blood cells, which leaves the “liquid gold” or PRP which contains the higher concentrations of growth factors.
The injector collects the PRP immediately and transfers it to a needle or a number of needles and then reinjects it into the areas where the patient would like rejuvenation.
We are injecting the PRP with “mesotherapy “ technique, over the entire face. Injecting small spots into dermis and subcutaneous tissue.
HOW DOES PRP WORK?
The growth factors in the plasma stimulates stem cells leading to acceleration in soft tissue healing and regeneration.
Platelets release autologous fundamental growth factors which stimulate collagen and matrix production, and angiogenesis.
What is PRP used for in aesthetics?
- improved skin texture and tone, especially SUN DAMAGED and aged skin
- Refinement of aging lines and spots
- Dark circles reduction
- Scar reduction (subcision technique)
- Gradual increase skin quality, skin thickness and vitality
- Laxity improvement
- To rejuvenate fine skin
- Skin texture, including that associated with ageing and scarring
- Skin that has a crepey quality, e.g. under eye skin
- For fine lines
- To accelerate healing
- For hair loss
Where on the body is PRP typically used in aesthetics?
- Upper eyelid and lower
- Facial Skin
- Neck skin
- Nasolabial folds
- Backs of Hands
- Abdominal skin
- Scalp for hair loss
Is PRP a safe procedure?
Like all medical procedures, there are risks associated. The most common risks are bruising at the injection sites and swelling. Because your own plasma is used, the procedure in general has a lower side effect profile than dermal fillers.
Is there downtime associated with PRP?
When eyes are treated, the area is quite swollen for a couple of days, so downtime is required.
Bruising may last about 1 week.
What procedures can be combined with PRP?
There are multiple procedures that can be combined with PRP, including the following:
- Laser (fractional laser is the classic treatment which is combined with PRP)
- Dermal fillers
- Muscle relaxants
- PDO MONO threads treatment.
What is the price of PRP?
Please see current pricing for pricing of PRP
What’s new with PRP?
At our clinic, one of our most popular treatments is mixing and injecting a combination or PRP and skinbooster.
How to make an appointment for PRP?
At our Sydney Clinic, The Manse, we offer PRP for all of the above indications. We offer skin rejuvenation, scarring treatment and hair loss treatments with PRP. Please call us on 93315005.
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